Postcard from Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz written 22.04.1937

22.IV 1937
Honoured and Dear Professor:
Thank you for the postcard and I apologise for the aggressive tone of my phil.[osophical] letter. Corrective: I am not saying that Husserl does not speak about the body, but that he treats it (like you used to) like Cornelius, as the same “correlate” (or aggregate), like the thought of tea or a table. I mean not distinguishing the specificity of the body. I am writing a criticism of Leszczyński’s monad[ology] and I am full of rage against idealism. I am extremely curious about your  opinion on Wgs [Wittgenstein], I am waiting for it very much. Kotarb[iński] and Łukas[iewicz] do not recognize this. I am reading the logic of our mutual friend (since the time you joined as the sixth, in a conditional sentence, the famous five: 1) Diodor Kronos, 2) Petrus Hispanus 3) Prautl, 4) Lewis (exactly) and 5) I – poor Vitcatius. I enclose w[ords] of r[espect] and afn [affection] for you both, F.G. [family greetings]
 n               Witkacy


Dr. Roman Ingarden
Prof. U.J.K.
Zacharjewicz Street, 7 apt. 8